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It's the spot Dodge is in right now. They know it's a heavy, dated platform, and could do with an overhaul. But that's very expensive to do, and "SUVs" (tall ugly cars) are the hot seller at the moment so that's what FCA is investing in. They've also learned that they can conquer sales from the Camaro and Mustang simply by sitting back and letting those cars get worse and worse with each redesign. It's easy profit. So as long as the Challenger and Charger are competitive in their leagues, which they are, it's not an urgent priority to change them.
As much as I'd like to see a lighter, stiffer platform to keep our cars at the top, I can't deny why they would leave them the same for the time being.
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// 2016 Dodge Challenger R/T Scat Pack 392, TR-6060, Billet Silver, SPAG